Agents, Managers and Brokers for Speakers.
Agents, Managers and Brokers for Speakers.
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“We have a manual for the strategy of conflict; my book is a manual for the strategy of connection — and not just in foreign policy.  I see a world of networks, from terrorist and criminal networks to civic and business networks… Learning the ways of webcraft and managing networks strategically are essential for solving global crises and effectively getting things done.”   In The Chessboard & the Web, Anne-Marie Slaughter rethinks grand strategy and leadership for a networked world. Publishers Weekly called it a “paradigm-changing book.” Who is connected, how they are connected, and whether those connections are properly cultivated and managed are vital to success in business and politics.  Using network science, Dr.
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Serial entrepreneur and master of disruption Nancy Lublin has built and led some of the world’s most innovative and far-reaching nonprofits, including Dress for Success, DoSomething and Crisis Text Line. Named one of the “World’s 50 Greatest Leaders” by Fortune magazine, LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman has called Lublin “the entrepreneurial equivalent of Indiana Jones” for her tenacity, focus, and grit.
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Film and TV legend Alan Alda has always been a first-rate performer. You probably know him best as Hawkeye Pierce on M*A*S*H, or from his 11 years hosting PBS’ Scientific American Frontiers. His new book, If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?
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With a White House facing multiple investigations, what will it mean for the legislative agenda, America’s global influence, and our political culture? Consider these speakers: READ:  David Ignatius:  In James Comey’s testimony, there are no happy endings  WATCH: Fareed Zakaria:  For Trump, the ends justify the means READ: Noah Feldman:  Comey Opens Door to Investigate Trump Dossier   READ: Evan Osnos:  Comey’s Revenge: Measuring Obstruction
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Sherman Alexie is a poet, short story writer, novelist, and performer renowned for his works about life as an American Indian. His new memoir, You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me, is set for release next Tuesday, June 13th. It has been listed on various summer reading lists including those of Entertainment Weekly, NPR, and Google Play.
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